Brandi Compton-Joseph, MD, FACOGPhysician
“I truly love my job and it would be an honor to serve your mind, body, and spirit as your physician.”
- Obstetrics & Gynecology
Internship and Residency
Methodist Dallas Medical Center
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2009 and 2012
University of Texas Health Science Center
Doctor of Medicine
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
Minor in Chemistry
Hospitals Affiliated With
CHI St. Luke’s Health–Sugar Land Hospital
Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital
Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital
Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center
American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG)
Harris County Medical Society (HCMS)
Texas Medical Association (TMA)
- Women and Child Care
- Bikram Yoga
IT IS AN HONOR TO MEET YOU
Since I was a little girl, I have always dreamed of becoming a physician. Back home in Beaumont, Texas, I would play doctor with my dolls while always aspiring for educational excellence at Cathedral in the Pines school. After moving to Sugar Land, Texas with my family for more of an opportunity to excel, I continued my academic endeavors in the Fort Bend ISD Dulles elementary, middle and High schools.
I received an honors education and continued my exposure to the medical field through volunteer work. In addition to academics, I also found a true love for the arts while playing the violin and participating in the band as a flutist. My interests also included athletics where I competed as a varsity gymnast at Dulles High School.
After graduating from Dulles, I went on to college at Baylor University in Waco Texas with a major in Spanish and minor in Chemistry. It is from the foundation in Spanish at Dulles high school particularly from one teacher, Mrs. Garza, that I developed my love for the Hispanic culture and ultimate major in Spanish and study abroad in Queretaro, Qro, Mexico.
Despite that love, my true calling in life was always to help others persevere through medical conditions with hope and dignity.